Student Accounting

The Office of Student Accounting audits student accounts, processes refunds, invoices third-party agencies, and assists with all issues that arise with students’ accounts.

Students are referred to the Office of Student Accounting only after they are first seen at the One Stop Student Services Center.

Starting Fall 2019

All Student Refund Checks will be Mailed

Students who decide not to sign up for direct deposit will have their refund checks mailed to their permanent home address on file. Please note that checks are mailed by default. 

It is crucial for students to make sure they always have their current address on file. Students will risk having their refund checks returned or lost if their address is not valid.

Note: During the Summer and Winter Semesters only paper checks are generated, direct deposit is not available.

 

Managing Your Student Account

What do I do after Registering for courses?

After registering for classes, you will receive an online term bill, which includes all tuition and fees. In order to complete the registration process, all students must do one of the following prior to the date listed on your online account statement:

See more about paying your tuition.

view & pay your Term bill

By accessing your student account, you can view your student account, make payments/apply credits, manage your refunds, and confirm your attendance. We cannot credit your account until your loan is disbursed to Student Accounting. The certification of your loan and receipt of the loan by the Office of Financial Aid does NOT automatically confirm your attendance. Loans should be taken out for the “academic year” not calendar year.

Students also may print their term bills by selecting the "PRINT YOUR TERM BILL" link under "Payment Options" when viewing the student account. Term bill payments mailed and postmarked by the due date will not be assessed late fees.

Useful links

student Refunds

Students may receive a refund based on financial aid, loan credits or overpayments to their term bill. For students who have financial aid, their aid will be applied to the term bill to cover the semester tuition and fee charges after completion of all of the paperwork for the award package.

If the financial aid award exceeds the balance due, students are entitled to receive a refund of the credit balance on their student account. Refunds are available to students after the add/drop period if there is a credit balance on the account due to disbursed financial aid. We encourage all students to sign up for direct deposit in order to receive refunds faster.

DIRECT DEPOSIT

  • Rutgers University utilizes the services of ScholarChip (RU ScholarRefund) to electronically deposit student refunds directly into the checking or savings bank account provided. This service is highly secure and utilizes SSL encryption, so your information remains safe and private.
  • Students can set up direct deposit for their refunds online via ScholarChip.
    Register for direct deposit.
  • Note:  All PLUS loan credit balances that are refunded to the parent borrower will be mailed by paper check to the parent's address listed on the PLUS loan application.

 

STUDENT ACCOUNTING & CASHIERS' OFFICE

Armitage Hall
311 North Fifth Street, Suite 358 (first floor)
Camden, NJ 08102-1405

(856) 225-6021 (phone)
(856) 225-6022 (fax)

Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday 
Cashiering | 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Student Accounting | 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.